Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes including some for Southwest Airlines, are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake Washington. In March 2019, aviation authorities around the world grounded the passenger airliner after two separate crashes.
Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
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Boeing doubled its projection of the cost of the 737 MAX crisis to $18.4 billion in losses, accounting write-offs and estimated higher future production costs. And Boeing said it also plans a further slowdown in production of the Dreamliner, which is built in Everett and South Carolina. Updated

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Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes including some for Southwest Airlines, are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake Washington. In March 2019, aviation authorities around the world grounded the passenger airliner after two separate crashes.
Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
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Boeing doubles projected cost of 737 MAX grounding to $18.4 billion

Boeing doubled its projection of the cost of the 737 MAX crisis to $18.4 billion in losses, accounting write-offs and estimated higher future production costs. And Boeing said it also plans a further slowdown in production of the Dreamliner, which is built in Everett and South Carolina. Updated

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Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes including some for Southwest Airlines, are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake Washington. In March 2019, aviation authorities around the world grounded the passenger airliner after two separate crashes.
Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
Boeing & Aerospace

Boeing doubles projected cost of 737 MAX grounding to $18.4 billion

Boeing doubled its projection of the cost of the 737 MAX crisis to $18.4 billion in losses, accounting write-offs and estimated higher future production costs. And Boeing said it also plans a further slowdown in production of the Dreamliner, which is built in Everett and South Carolina. Updated